I remember when Runner Susan found the disaster affectionately known as Shanty Town, the inspector from the Texas Railroad Commission chastised her by saying, “Everyone makes mistakes.”
Okay, it’s true that everyone makes mistakes but calling Shanty Town a mistake is quite a stretch and not taking responsibility for that mistake is intolerable. Unlike most mistakes, the Shanty Town mistake could have blown up an entire neighborhood.
Recently a mistake was made in something I posted. How to make Barnett Shale emissions safe for human health contained a few mistakes. The comments from both industry and competitors were
brutal rabid and highly exaggerated, probably because those commenting (oh yes, I know who you are) had been caught, as I mentioned, in their own mistakes. But few and far between are those who admit their mistake.
Sharon, thank you for contacting me regarding the obvious error. The document attached was not the correct document. Wolf Eagle formally recants the last document and attaches the correct document below. Your efforts in presenting correct information is applauded. We apologize for the confusion to your readers, whether friend or foe.
The error was discussed with the Town of Flower Mound Staff and clarified. Thank you for contacting us immediately.
Alisa Rich, MPH, PhDc
Wolf Eagle Environmental